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Its a fun day at the beach for all the animals! They splash and surf and paddle and bob. But what will happen when prickly Echidna Jim goes for a swim?
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Phil Cummings was born in the small seaside town of Port Broughton in South Australia. He is the youngest of eight children with four brothers and three sisters. Life as a kid for Phil was a fabulous adventure. He was on a farm for the first eight or nine years of his life. When his family left the farm they moved to the mid north of South Australia to a railway town called Peterborough. His older brothers worked on the steam trains. The windows in his house would rattle constantly as the trains rumbled through the rail yards. When Phil left school he worked in a local garage, in the abattoirs and played sport constantly until he left to attend teachers’ college.
Phil’s interest in writing began with poetry and writing songs. With the beginning of teacher training, Phil was exposed to a great deal of children’s literature, particularly picture books. Phil decided to sit down and write one! He mistakenly believed it would not be difficult at all! His work was rejected time and time again but, having the writing bug, he kept on going. He soon learnt that writing for children was a lot harder than he ever imagined. Six or seven years after his first attempts, Phil had a book published.
Goodness Gracious!- illustrated by Craig Smith – was published by Omnibus Books in 1989.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS BOOK IS AN EXPANDED REVISION OF MARK'S "THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO SWIMMING FRONT CRAWL" Always wanted to learn how to swim Front Crawl? Do you find basic front crawl technique difficult? How To Swim Front Crawl is your perfect guidebook, with over 20 simple exercises containing top tips and key coaching points. Fully illustrated and concise, you will discover: How to learn basic Front Crawl in easy steps How to swim with smooth relaxed technique How to isolate and correct your bad habits The perfect aid for any complete beginner to learn, understand and practice and for any swimmer to adjust, correct and improve.
Trudy Ederle loved to swim, and she was determined to be the best. At seventeen Trudy won three medals at the 1924 Olympics in Paris. But what she planned to do next had never been done by a woman: She would swim across the English Channel in fourteen hours and set a world record.
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